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Reporting and systematization: Employees of the RUDN University research department have registered a database of intellectual property records

Reporting and systematization: Employees of the RUDN University research department have registered a database of intellectual property records

The Federal Service for Intellectual Property has registered the RUDN University intellectual property database. The database is available to potential partners and is promising for commercialization.

What is the database for?

The key task is to keep records, generate reports and systematize data on the RUDN University intellectual property objects registered in Russia and abroad. Also, this database will be useful for potential partners in planning and conducting joint R&D on the basis of RUDN University.

Another focus is collecting and summarizing information on their commercialization. This is necessary for the activities of the RUDN University services and university partners who carry out joint research, as well as for analysis by various control and analytical departments and organizations.

How can the database be used?

The database has the widest possible range of uses: for educational purposes, for conducting scientific research or patent search of RUDN University intellectual activity results, as well as for determining research directions when planning research projects and technological startups, including joint projects.

The database does not require any additional software on the user's PC and allows the user to search for information according to the following parameters: certificate number, author's name, year of registration, type of certificate depending on the object of registration.

The project was implemented by the team of Andrei Kostin, First Vice Rector - Vice Rector for Research of the RUDN University.

Interested in gaining access to the database?

To obtain a license, please contact the RUDN University Center for Technology Transfer

e-mail: techtransfer@rudn.ru

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